Thai Paper(174 items)
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Featured Reviews on Thai Paper
I had purchased other cards by this artist and they were so amazing that I had to purchase more. I will soon have purchased every design, so I hope you continue to make new ones. Novica has become my go-to for cards now.
Colorful and cute
Very well made cards and envelopes! The gluing is well done and everyone liked the motifs. The only thing to keep in mind is that you might want to use a dark ink to write on the blue and green cards.
Beautiful wall decor!
I just hung the starfish, turtle and seahorse by Mr. Somyot Sawasdee on my wall and I wish he could see the big smile on my face!!!! These are thoughtfully made with attention to detail. Best of all, they are made of recycled materials. They make my wall very cheerful. I am so grateful! I definitely want to buy more in the future. Thank you, sir.
Somyot Sawasdee Recycled paper sculptures
"I began to think seriously about my own design work. I started to design new items by using various types of waste or scrap wood, paper, glass, cans, and coconut shell."
"I did not work in the area that I had studied after I graduated, though I did work in design and advertising and it was... read more
Popular Thai Paper
Paper And Bamboo Parasol with Asian Crane Motif, "Crane Morning"$37.99
Elaborately rendered cranes set in a natural environment of bamboo adorn the exterior of this paper parasol from northern Thailand. Hand-painted with oils, this parasol by Nikom may be used in the sun or simply to enhance any home interior décor.
Hand Crafted Cotton and Paper Ornaments (Set of 5), "Holiday Delights"$25.99
This delightful ornament set is the design of Sudaluck Theppanya in Thailand. The set of 5 ornaments includes three flowers and two old-fashioned holiday baubles, each unique. Artisans craft the ornaments from cotton and paper with polyfill stuffing.
Unique Holiday Ornaments of Alpacas and Bears (Set of 4), "Alpacas and Bears"$19.99
This charming set of holiday ornaments comes from Sudaluck Theppanya in Thailand. The set of two alpacas and two bears is crafted of off-white cotton fabric and paper, with polyfill stuffing and faux suede cords. Red polka-dotted paper scarves and hats add a splash of color to the set.